The Turbine Pegs are the latest generation of Quest BMX pegs. From their website: "Quest BMX pegs are carefully designed with input from dozens of today's top flatlanders. These are made in the USA from high-quality 6061-T6 aluminum and CNC-machined to our specific design. Internally relieved to be lightweight and reinforced at the inside and outside edges for strength. 6061 absorbs impact which helps frames, hubs, axles, and bearings last longer. 3+ years in testing for the perfect knurling design keeps them grippy yet it lets your feet move around easily and doesn't hurt your hands when you grab them."
Specs: - Length: 4.5" (114.3mm) - Diameter: 1-5/8" diameter (1.625" / 41mm) - 3/8" axle hole (14mm available upon request) - Weight: 126g / 4.44oz per peg
Rayk Hahne, Nico Konkel, Markus Reich and Steffen Peter have been riding together for half of their lives. They are all from Neubrandenburg and the surrounding area in the north east of Germany. Check their latest session edit!
This is proof that James has been awesome since pretty much forever. Filmed around the year 2000, it's neat to see how good he was even then, and compare styles. If you've seen how far he's taken some of the ideas in this with his riding today, it should be very inspirational!
There's quite a lot to take in here, but the stem and crossbar techniques stand out. Scott's got some wild looking decade variations and links here, but those multiple backwards rolling whiplashes on the stem are something else! To see that and much more, hit play!
Better late than never! We missed the Vibrations Urbaines contest in France this weekend. As usual it's part of the annual festival week. The contest is on saturday and the finals will be part of the big after party. Check the photo gallery of the 2013 event for some impressions. More details a link to the website: Vibrations Urbaines #17
Maxime who took the photos of the 2013 contest just launched a new photography website. Check it: www.maximecassagne.com